Tax credit boost announced for solar projects serving low-income and tribal communities Applications are now open for the Low-Income Communities Bonus Credit Program supported by the Inflation Reduction Act. The program’s goal is to expand access to low-cost and clean energy for underserved communities.
The Hydrogen Stream: Industry groups set 2026 target for EU-U.S. hydrogen trade The Department of Energy has allocated $7 billion for seven Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs) to deploy commercial-scale clean hydrogen, while the Mission Possible Partnership, RMI, Systemiq, Power2X, and industry leaders have set up the Transatlantic Clean Hydrogen Trade Coalition (H2TC) to ship US clean hydrogen to Europe by 2026.
Overhaul regional grid operators to speed renewables, says energy lawyer Harvard law lecturer Ari Peskoe says the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission should require regional grid operators to add “under-represented voices” such as state regulators to their boards, to help speed adoption of new technologies.
U.S. solar generation has grown 12x in a decade A report from Environment America shows how solar and other decarbonized technologies are quickly replacing fossil fuels.
Tesla steps in as challenger to rooftop solar inverter duopoly Enphase and SolarEdge dominate the U.S. sales of rooftop solar inverters, but Tesla may change that.
Construction starts on 27 MW behind-the-meter solar for California water treatment plant The City of Fresno and ForeFront Power began construction on the three projects, which will also include 2.3 MW of energy storage.
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